- Avoid having to use a noisy CPAP machine
- Sleep better, feel better, and snore less
- Improve your long-term health
You may have had a CPAP machine prescribed for your sleep apnea treatment. If so, you understand the difficulty that many patients have in getting used to this device. Now there’s a better option. With a Jeffersonville oral appliance from Kirchner Dental, we can give you relief from sleep apnea without the use of a CPAP. We can help you:
- Get the restful sleep you need and deserve
- Wake up ready to face the day
- Focus better and be more productive at work
- Reduce your risk of serious health concerns
- Snore less and let your bed partner get better sleep
If you’re ready to get an oral appliance for sleep apnea, give us a call today at 812-913-6093. We’re located at 1706 Williamsburg Dr. in Jeffersonville.
Get Relief Without a Clunky CPAP
CPAP is no longer the only game in town when it comes to treating your sleep apnea. Using a sleep apnea mouthpiece, Dr. Kirchner can give you the relief you’ve been looking for. This custom appliance will fit comfortably in your mouth while you sleep, gently moving your lower jaw forward to help keep your airway open.
The result is that you’ll sleep better and feel better without a sleep apnea mask. Plus, since a partially blocked airway can cause snoring, you’ll snore less, and your bed partner will enjoy a better quality of sleep as well. It’s a win-win situation for both of you – all without the noise and bother of a cumbersome CPAP machine. There’s nothing to plug in and nothing except a small dental appliance to pack along with you when you travel.
Brush Up on Your Sleep Apnea Knowledge
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that shouldn’t be taken lightly. If not controlled, it can increase your susceptibility to high blood pressure, strokes, heart attacks, diabetes, and even depression.
Obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form of this condition, occurs when your air passages become blocked while sleeping. Your tongue and soft tissues in the rear of your throat can relax to the point that they restrict your air.
When this happens, sleep apnea sufferers often wake up momentarily with a loud snort, take in a few normal breaths, then fall back asleep. Usually, they’re not even aware of this process, although it can happen dozens of times per hour.
A dental appliance for sleep apnea can help prevent these episodes. If you think you could be suffering from sleep apnea, you can get help from a Jeffersonville oral appliance. Call us today at 812-913-6093 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Kirchner.